The below information will provide further insight on how a PAMM account works:
Investor 1 adds $600 (60%) to the pool of funds.
Investor 2 adds $400 (40%) to the pool of funds.
Money Manager sets multiple offers on his Fund.
The Money Manager makes a $500 profit which 60% will be allocated to Investor 1 and 40% to Investor 2. If the position ends up in negative, the same percentage will apply.
The Money Manager will receive his share from the investments when the offer is charged at the set date.